WWE boss Vince McMahon still has an INSANE workout schedule aged 73

McMahon’s extraordinary lifestyle was laid bare as his daughter Stephanie and her wrestler hubby gave an interview following WrestleMania.

Triple H described Vince as “impossible” to hangout with on a “long term basis” due to his “most incredible work ethic”.

The WWE boss was a staple of the company throughout the 90s and 00s as he played an exaggerated version of himself known as Mr McMahon.

He acted as long-term foil to Stone Cold Steve Austin, and has had matches as recently as 2012, when he was 67.

WWE’s mastermind McMahon only occasionally appears on TV, but Triple H revealed he is still the all seeing and all powerful figure backstage.

“It’s crazy: he still trains every day”

Triple H

Triple H said: “[Vince] has the most incredible work ethic of any person I have ever seen.

“It’s impossible to hang with him on a long term basis even at 73. 

“It’s crazy: he still trains every day, still does everything but he’s hands on on so many things.

“Not because he micromanages or not because he can’t let people succeed and do things, but when it comes to creative and the shows, he’s at RAW and SmackDown every week.”

WWE travels across the US and around the world 52 weeks a year, putting on the two live TV shows a week plus un-televised house shows.

McMahon is known to have the final say on all things WWE, and Triple H reckons he isn’t going to give up control any time soon.

“That’s the part that he loves; he found himself as a business man but that’s what he loves to do and he’s awesome at it, and that is his passion,” The Game told Sports Business Journal. 

“He won’t give that up, not because he should – it’s his passion.”

Vince’s daughter Stephanie and Triple H have been married since 2003 after an on-screen coupling blossomed into real romance.

The couple are expected to inherit the reigns when McMahon steps away from WWE. 

Triple H and Vince are known to have bonded of their love of bodybuilding – with both being fitness fanatics.

McMahon was the cover star of Muscle & Fitness magazine back in 2015 when he was 69. 

WrestleMania has come and gone a saw a series of milestones for McMahon’s firm.

Vince’s company saw the first ever all-women’s main event of the show, which was won by Becky Lynch.

Kofi Kingston also became the firm’s first ever African-born WWE Champion as he defeated Daniel Bryan.

McMahon has six grandchildren, and his wife Linda works for Donald Trump as the Administrator of the Small Business Administration. 

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